Dancing Skeleton Semi-Permanent Tattoo - Set of 2
Dancing skeleton semi-permanent tattoos.
|Nº of tattoos||2|
|Size||2.4 in / 6 cm (height)|
In many cultures around the world, we find examples of artwork featuring dancing skeletons, which demonstrates a universal interest in the personification of death. Today, it’s even a popular motif in tattoo design. Our eco-friendly dancing skeleton semi-permanent tattoo is the ideal way to try this thought-provoking design before making a commitment.
This design features a detailed depiction of a skeleton, with its arm thrown overhead in a joyful dance. Created from a special blend of gardenia juice, our plastic-free dancing skeleton long-lasting tattoo is designed to last on the skin for around two weeks.
For many, our dancing skeleton semi-permanent fake tattoo is a powerful reference to the danse macabre, a cultural phenomenon with a long and rich history. Dating back to the Middle Ages, it is a dance in which participants dress up as skeletons or other figures associated with death.
Just like the danse macabre, this dancing skeleton long-lasting temporary tattoo warns about the dangers of mortal sin and the inevitability of death. It could be used to remind us of our mortality or to celebrate life. This skin-safe 2-week tattoo comes in a set of two, which makes it perfect for sharing with friends or trying out placements. For other designs inspired by the human form, check out the full collection of anatomy 2-week temporary tattoos.
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- A regular Tatteco lasts 2-5 days on average. A semi-permanent Tatteco, around 14 days.
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- We suggest placing the Tatteco on oil-free areas where the skin does not stretch and keeping them clean!
- Environmentally friendly product and packaging
- Safe, FDA-compliant, created using eco-friendly materials, such as soy-based inks and non-toxic adhesives
- Tattecos come in sets, perfect for experimenting with different placements, trying out a matching tattoo or sharing one with a friend